How a South Side Chicago Neighborhood Is Trying to Keep Its Black Residents

Harold's chicken shop with bright red awning and red brick

"Middle-class African Americans dream of tree-lined streets and well-funded schools so they decamp for the suburbs — like other racial groups."

In an article in Politico, WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore focuses on Englewood to refute the negative narrative of Black Chicago and points to how neighborhood residents are creating a vibrant place that "celebrate[s] culture and a community toiling toward revitalization, challenging the rest of the city to actually see the neighborhood."

Click on this link to read the Politico article.